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18 Jan Open Call for Outdoor Videogame Ideas

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Last year, we started the “To the Streets” initiative where we experimented with ways to bring games to the streets of Toronto. This year, we’re looking to kick the project into high gear with a more focused exploration into the idea of an outdoor arcade. Once...

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22 Dec To the Streets Meeting on Jan. 7th

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3b2PKMqZBO4 Our "To the Streets" initiative is about bringing games into unique public spaces. In 2014 we did it mostly on the down-low, experimenting with different approaches and models, but you can watch the great 4 minute video piece Curio did documenting our first iteration. Keep an eye out for...

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02 Sep How You Can Help the Game Curious? Program

"What kind of movies do you like?" "I don't like movies. Too violent." Sounds silly, right? But that conversation happens all the time, just with "games" instead of "movies". Lots of people confuse a single well-known genre with the totality of the medium. But we believe there's a...

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06 Aug Free Gamemaking Incubator for Writers, One Week to Apply

The Artsy Games Incubator: Writing Edition is focused on writers of all stripes -- novelists, journalists, bloggers, scriptwriters, zinesters, poets -- who are interested in the expressive possibilities of videogames, but who have little to no experience with programming or gamemaking software. Meeting once a week for six weeks,...

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04 Mar Apply to Artsy Games Incubator: Animation Edition

The Artsy Games Incubator: Animation Edition is a 6-week game making workshop for animators! The program is focused on artists with animation backgrounds who are interested in the creative possibilities of videogames, but who have little to no experience with programming or game making software....

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11 Feb Torontrons at the Art Gallery of Ontario

As this Toronto Star article reports, our iconic indie arcade cabinets are now available for free play to the public in the AGO's Community Gallery as a part of an exhibit called AGO: Artsy Games Organizing. It also features infographics showing the world-wide spread of the...

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08 Feb Game Curious Photos and Recap

[The Hand Eye Society has received multi-year funding to expand our Game Curious game literacy program with partner support provided by Art Starts and the Ontario Trillium Foundation.  We are currently researching neighbourhood site options for our next cycle, which will be in the fall,...

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08 Oct Calling All Journos! Your Society Needs You!

Excited about reporting on Toronto's game culture? Want to tell stories related to the community, got opinions on the scene? Whether you're a writer or photographer, videographer or VJ, the Hand Eye Society has need of your documenting skills. We have a couple of projects...

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